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Courts in recent years have been confronted with increasing numbers of lawsuits alleging that the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) failed to adequately conciliate, or settle, discrimination charges filed with the agency before filing suit. While courts have met these cases with varying degrees of responses, in a budget report released in early May 2014 by the House Appropriations Committee, lawmakers weighed in and expressed concern about the pursuit of litigation by the EEOC before engaging in “good faith conciliation efforts.”

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